With almost two million copies in print, Indestructibles are the books built for the way babies read. They are 100 percent baby-proof, chew-proof, rip-proof, and drool-proof.
Author: Amy Pixton
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Now babies can learn all about the things that go in a book that's indestructible. With call-out identifications on each spread, Things That Go! is a vibrant introduction to those irresistible vehicles that fly, drive, sail, dig, lift, dump, and more. With almost two million copies in print, Indestructibles are the books built for the way babies read. They are 100 percent baby-proof, chew-proof, rip-proof, and drool-proof. Printed on a unique nontoxic, paperlike material that holds up to anything babies can throw at it—gumming, spilling, dragging across the floor—Indestructibles are the little books that could. They’re indestructible. And if they get dirty, just throw them in the wash.
To truly understand truth, to truly understand stories, we have to go there, but we cannot go there, to the source of all, we cannot go beyond the borders of thought, back to the origin of thought, here no there, no there here.
Author: Bruce Gatenby
Publisher: Bruce Gatenby
"The Indestructible Chaos of Timeless Things" is a novella by the author of "The Kingdom of Absurdities," "A Chronicle of Wasted Time," and "Patriot Ghosts," that moves from Rome to Dubai to Idaho to the inner space of narrative perception. From architects to academics, third world laborers to expats, fiction to memoir, "The Indestructible Chaos of Timeless Things" shatters the boundaries between fiction and nonfiction, truth and lies, the West and the East, questioning how can you ever really be sure what's made up, not real, never happened, might have happened, or actually did happen, when saying is inventing?
The traits of level five leaders include: Taking responsibility when things go wrong • Giving credit to those around you when things go well • Genuine humility • Passion about the work they do • Absolute commitment to serve the company ...
Author: Seth Braun
Indestructible Success delivers instruction on the essentials of the inner game of success, the fundamentals of the outer game, the ground rules of extraordinary service and the nuts and bolts of incredible effectiveness in light of modern challenges. This book walks you through no-nonsense solutions in a step-by-step manner so you can: • Conquer Your Fears • Set and Accomplish Your Biggest Goals • Handle Emotional Upset • Create a Unstoppable Attitude • Help More People • Generate Massive Confidence Seth Braun provides practical tools to develop inner strength and outer actions to create happiness and prosperity, personally and professionally. -Joshua Rosenthal, Founder, Institute for Integrative Nutrition If Keeping a sound mind wile building your business seems hopeless, chances are you never heard of Seth Braun! -Rose Payne, Founder, High Level Wellness Seth Braun has created a monumental resource for coaches wanting their own transformation. This book is about integrating all the different possibilities in one's life; from divorce and back, to growing a successful business, receiving money from known and unknown sources, walking your talk, and connecting with the divine. Seth is the coach's coach. This is an invaluable resource to sharpen your inner and outer game, and take the limits out of the sky. -Stacey Morgenstern, Health Coach Marketing Expert
Ironically, the would-be miracles of thing-genesis, as related in the sanguine fables of first ... Matter being indestructible, first and last things being beyond all horizons, there remains enormous critical and aesthetic necessity for ...
Author: Aaron Jaffe
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
Buffed up to a metallic shine; loose fitting, lopsided, or kludgy; getting in the way or getting lost; collapsing in an explosion of dust caught on the warehouse CCTV. Modern things are going their own ways, and this book attempts to follow them. A course of thought about their comings and goings and cascading side effects, The Way Things Go offers a thesis demonstrated via a century-long countdown of stuff. Modernist critical theory and aesthetic method, it argues, are bound up with the inhuman fate of things as novelty becoming waste. Things are seldom at rest. Far more often they are going their own ways, entering and exiting our zones of attention, interest, and affection. Aaron Jaffe is concerned less with a humanist story of such things—offering anthropomorphizing narratives about recouping the items we use—as he is with the seemingly inscrutable, inhuman capacities of things for coarticulation and coherence. He examines the tension between this inscrutability on the one hand, and the ways things seem ready-made for understanding on the other hand, by means of exposition, thing-and-word-play, conceptual art, essayism, autopoesis, and prop comedy. Among other novelties and detritus, The Way Things Go delves into books, can openers, roller skates, fat, felt, soap, joy buzzers, hobbyhorses, felt erasers, sleds, magic rabbits, and urinals. But it stands apart from the recent flood of thing-talk, rebuking the romantic tendencies caught up in the pathetic nature of debris defining the conversation. Jaffe demonstrates that literary criticism is the one mode of analysis that can unpack the many things that, at first glance, seem so nonliterary.
When you're interviewing people, you can't force things. You can't go back over and over again until you wear them down. You can't bully someone into talking to you. I mean, you One can. But I choose not to.
Author: Mary McCoy
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
In the city of Memphis, eighteen-year-old Lee and her boyfriend Vincent make a popular podcast on artists in love, but Lee learns that stories of happily-ever-after love do not always mirror real life.
“Marian Carr was a very attractive and talented lady,” said Vy, “but insecure in this potboiler of a movie that she wasn't sure about. So she had some problems.” At some point during production, something went amiss — but try as I have, ...
Author: Tom Weaver
Publisher: BearManor Media
Category: Performing Arts
“Butcher” Benton, a crook who pulled a Los Angeles armored car robbery, trudges to San Quentin’s gas chamber filled with loathing for his double-crossing partners in crime. Things take a turn for the weird when his corpse is carted off to the laboratory of a medical researcher who gives it a 287,000 volt zap, unintentionally restoring Benton to life and making his skin as hard as armor plate. The Butcher’s psychopathic itch, also reborn, still needs scratching so he returns to L.A. a volatile mix of super-strength and white-hot rage. Benton is murder looking for a place to happen: Inhuman! Invincible! Inescapable! Horror legend Lon Chaney puts his considerable all into his performance as the Indestructible Man in this sci-fi/action drive-in favorite. On the 60th anniversary of its 1954 production, the thriller gets the full Scripts from the Crypt treatment: a lengthy “Making Of” essay, quotes from its writers and its producer-director, cast members memories, Production Code correspondence, a dissertation on the music, release information, pressbook and the ultra-rare script.
Perhaps (I have no knowledge here) a ceramics engineer would say, “The perfect dish would be virtually indestructible.” But this does not mean that it would be a good thing to fill the world with indestructible dishes.
This charmingly illustrated menagerie includes some of the fuzziest, wuzziest, cuddliest, and cutest babies in the animal kingdom. With over two million copies in print, Indestructibles are the books built for the way babies read.
Author: Amy Pixton
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Babies love baby animals, and now they can learn all about them in a book that's indestructible. This charmingly illustrated menagerie includes some of the fuzziest, wuzziest, cuddliest, and cutest babies in the animal kingdom. With over two million copies in print, Indestructibles are the books built for the way babies read. They are 100 percent baby-proof, chew-proof, rip-proof, and drool-proof. Printed on a unique nontoxic, paperlike material that holds up to anything babies can throw at it—gumming, spilling, dragging across the floor—Indestructibles are the little books that could. They’re indestructible. And if they get dirty, just throw them in the dishwasher.
Aristotle thus assumes the axiom that everything that has had a beginning is destructible , and that everything destructible has had a beginning ; that things without beginning are indestructible , and indestructible things are without ...
Something in me anticipated growing up without submitting to what most people expected from me. Still, I sometimes entertained notions of the ... I wanted to go out late at night and drink beer. I wanted to wear overalls and dye my hair ...
Author: Cristy C. Road
Publisher: Microcosm Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In her Miami high school, Cristy Road valiantly tried to figure out and defend her queer gender identity, Cuban cultural roots, punk-rock nature, and mortality. Through her writing and illustrations, Cristy reminds us of the strength and ability of punk youth to address realities like rape, homophobia, and misogyny. This book is no exception. Road's headlong story of growing up gives a voice to every frustrated 15-year-old girl under fire from her peers for being queer, butch, punk, or different.